Here is a non-exhaustive list of essential resources created by organisations to help you create marketing materials that are accessible and that do not reinforce unequal power relationships.
If you have any further resources you’d like to suggest for inclusion please contact us.
Here are guides to support an understanding of appropriate language and context use in all marketing and other media materials:
Media Language Guide – by Graeae Theatre Company – a guide for journalists on the use of language in articles and media when referring to disability. As Graeae state, ‘Under the social model of disability, people are disabled by barriers within society, rather than being ‘victims’ of their impairments or conditions. You can help increase public awareness by using the correct language, and approaching your story from the social model perspective.’
Good Practice and Language Guide – by Diverse City and Extraordinary Bodies – a good practice and language guide around disability.
Creating accessible marketing materials:
Accessible Marketing – by Shape Arts – a guide to making marketing materials, communications and website more accessible for disabled people.
There are lots of further resources compiled by Doing Things Differently (a partnership between Diverse City and Bristol City Council) to help artists, companies, producers and organisations create accessible marketing materials for D/deaf and disabled people. (Read their Manifesto here). See below, or browse their Resources pages.